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Steamboat Building in Elizabeth, PA

A Journal of daily activities at the Elizabeth Marine Ways 1898 to 1925 

CHARLES BROWN

Home ] Up ] FALLIE ] COAL CITY ] PACIFIC NO. 2 ] ACORN ] JIM WOOD ] VOLUNTEER ] DAVE WOOD ] THE LEADER ] CLIPPER ] [ CHARLES BROWN ] JAMES MOREN ] MARINER ] HORNET NO. 2 ] MAYFLOWER ] ROBERT JENKINS ] JAMES G. BLAINE ] Scows ] DEFENDER ] CHARLEY HOOK ] WINNIFRED ] MAGGIE ] T. J. WOOD ] I. N. BUNTON No. 2 ] HARRY P. JONES ] TOM LYSLE ]

 

 

 

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Photo of Steamer CHARLES BROWN from S&D Reflector December 1972   Photo taken during 1890s    Photo of Steamer CHARLES BROWN from S&D Reflector September 1975  Postcard dated circa 1915 showing Pittsburgh Point with Steamer CHARLES BROWN tied to barges. added 7/4/2017

The first mention of the Steamer CHARLES BROWN by JW in his journal is on August 10, 1900 when she docks.  She leaves the Elizabeth Marine Ways on November 17, 1900 with a new hull.  On May 24, 1913 a long list of repairs made are recorded.  The final entry is on May 18, 1914.  There are additional entries which can be located using the search engine on the Home Page.

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